Running my sharepoint developer environment on a virtual machine on my laptop sometimes result in having my drives fill up.
Very often, since I’m not in a production environment I don’t really care about my transaction log files in the sharepoint content databases, and they can grow very large in a short while.
Using SQL Server Management Studio you can easely truncate your logs firing this SQL query, BUT DO SO WITH CARE!
DBCC SHRINKFILE("WSS_ContentDB_log", 1) BACKUP LOG WSS_ContentDB WITH TRUNCATE_ONLY DBCC SHRINKFILE("WSS_ContentDB_log", 1)
DONT EVER DO THIS IN YOUR PRODUCTIONSERVERS!! LEAVE SQL SERVER MANAGEMENT TO DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS